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Iran vs. the Globalist New World Order: Is Rouhani the next Yanukovych?

In Archive, Illuminati, Iran, News, NWO, Russia, Ukraine on April 4, 2014 at 10:58 PM

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(Update 2 – The IMF Invasion of Iraq & Russia plays the victim)

Are the P5+1 negotiations (chaired by a “royal,” Baroness Ashton)
really about Iran’s supposed nuclear program…

…or Iran’s assimilation into the globalist financial system?

The Globalist Takedown of Iran, by the numbers: First come sanctions…

The story of what’s going on today between the globalists and Iran can be traced back to June of 2010. Its genesis is reported in this passage from a McClatchy Newspapers article titled Obama administration unveils new Iran economic sanctions

“The Obama administration unveiled new measures Wednesday to isolate Iran commercially and financially from the rest of the world in hopes of convincing the Gulf nation to suspend its uranium enrichment program.

At a White House briefing, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner detailed new steps, targeting the banking, maritime and insurance sectors and follows last week’s United Nations Security Council decision to impose a new round of sanctions against Iran.

The European Union Thursday is expected to announce even tougher measures. News reports suggested leaders will announce bans on investment in Iran’s oil and natural gas sector, and technology transfer.

A European diplomat in Washington said the additional measures represent a new level of penalties on Iran. The diplomat asked not to be identified to speak freely.”

So under the pretext of trying to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, the Globalist Troika of the US, UN, and EU set about destroying the Iranian economy. But they could not have done this without the collaboration of Russia and China, either of whom could have vetoed the UN Security Council Resolution that provided the public justification for the sanctions. Instead of protecting their supposed ally, though, both voted for the Resolution. As was stated by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton afterward in this Washington Post account

“‘We think that the sanctions send a kind of message to the entire Iranian leadership, which is quite diverse in their assessments and reactions, that there is still an opportunity for you to participate and to work with us,’ Clinton said after the 15-nation council adopted Resolution 1929 in 12-to-2 vote, with Brazil and Turkey casting no votes and Lebanon abstaining.”

Apologists for Russia, China, and Obama might make the claim that the Resolution was an effort to fend off more hawkish elements from attacking Iran militarily, but this does not reflect a policy conflict between “good guys” and “bad guys”; it reflects an internal difference of opinion within the Globalist Cabal between their more aggressive thinkers and their more pragmatic thinkers. The Zionist Neocon element of the globalists seems to want to take control of Iran by militarily rolling over them like they rolled over Iraq, but other globalist elements seem to think it’s more cost-effective and publicly palatable to seize Iran through soft power. But we’ll get back to that debate later in the entry.

Second comes economic misery and its effect on public opinion…

Moving forward to 2012, we find the globalists’ “engineered cash crunch begets IMF control” template was grinding down the Ahmadinejad government in Iran. According to this Bloomberg article

>>>Iran’s currency crisis will probably deepen the Islamic republic’s economic contraction this year by more than the International Monetary Fund had estimated, the fund’s Middle East chief said

The rial has tumbled about 40 percent against the dollar since August as the U.S. and the European Union starve the country of foreign currency by blocking sales of oil, its main export…

Iranian lawmakers will summon President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to question him about the plunge in the value of the currency, state-run Press TV reported Nov. 4. Ahmadinejad’s critics accuse him of mismanaging the economy

The government’s adoption of a “flexible exchange rate” needs to be supported by “tighter monetary policy and policy coordination to be able to contain the inflationary pressures that might come from it, and to ensure that there is an orderly foreign exchange market,” the IMF’s Ahmed said

Iran earned a rare praise from the lender after a two-year national debate to begin eliminating energy subsidies in December 2010 and replace them with cash payments. The currency crisis has prompted parliament to vote in favor of suspending the second stage of the plan, the state-run Mehr news agency reported today.<<<

In this passage, one can see eerie parallels between Iran and Ukraine. Like Ukraine, we see a major devaluation of Iran’s currency due to globalist attack measures. We see internal critics (some of whom are likely funded by the globalists) accusing the Iranian leader of “mismanagement of the economy” (the same charge that was leveled against the EU/IMF-resistant former government of Ukraine — and a rather disingenuous charge given that Ahmadinejad wasn’t the one crushing the Iranian economy with sanctions). We see the call from the IMF for Iran to adopt a “flexible exchange rate,” and we also see praise from the IMF for the government’s attempt to eliminate subsidies (eliminating subsidies and free-floating the currency are the two core things the IMF is demanding in Ukraine).

Reading this account makes one wonder if the economic sanctions and P5+1 negotiations are really about Iran’s nuclear program or about compelling Iran to make globalist/IMF “structural reforms.” But if the entire exercise is actually about the NWO’s assimilation of Iran, why are they pretending it’s about Iranian nukes? Because making it about nukes gives the globalists a built-in pretext for military invasion if soft-power approaches fail.

Third, the worn-down public opts for the seeming path of reconciliation…

Eager to end the international conflict and ease their economic suffering, the Iranian public decided to buy the globalists’ snake oil. They elected a “centrist” (globalist-friendly) candidate for Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, and he took office on August 4, 2013. With their man elected and in place, the globalists moved quickly to back him up.

According to a Wall Street Journal account titled “Two-Track Negotiations Led to Iran Nuclear Deal” (you’ll have to copy and paste the headline into Google News search to read it)…

While U.S. officials secretly engaged Iran for years, the effort significantly ramped up in early August after the U.S. delivered Mr. Obama’s first letter to Iran’s new president, Hasan Rouhani. What followed was a handful of meetings in secret locations between the Iranians and the White House’s top point-men: Deputy Secretary of State William Burns; Jake Sullivan, Vice President Joe Biden’s top foreign-policy adviser; and the White House’s Iran expert, Puneet Talwar.”

In addition to the secret meetings with their newly elected agent regime, the globalists revitalized the public negotiations (the P5+1 Talks) which led to a temporary deal on Iran’s “nuclear program” and a partial easing of sanctions. The globalists did this to reward the Iranians for selecting their candidate and to give Rouhani some public momentum to aid him in implementing the structural changes they are seeking. But getting their reforms in place hasn’t gone as well as they had hoped.

Fourth, the government surrenders (or does it?)…

Moving forward to recent weeks, we find that Rouhani has had difficulty implementing the NWO structural changes, as is recounted in this Yahoo! News article titled Rouhani’s campaign of hope and change collides with Iran’s reality

>>>Six months into his presidency, Hassan Rouhani is struggling to placate supporters who are disappointed with the slow pace of reforms

“When Rouhani came to office, he did not understand at that time the problem in front of him,” says Sadegh Kharazi, a former ambassador who now directs the IRDiplomacy website and has family ties to Khamenei. “He wanted to reconstruct the Iranian economic system, industrial system, cultural system, educational system, service system, political system – everything“…<<<

I suspect that some of the supporters he has failed to placate are his NWO handlers, and that’s bad news for him. But let’s continue exploring why he’s had difficulty by noting the following passages from a World Politics Review article titled Iran’s Structural Constraints Limit Rouhani’s Domestic Agenda (you may have to copy and paste the title into Google News search to read the full article)…

“Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was elected in June 2013 on a ticket of change, amid hope for improvements in both domestic and foreign affairs. His constituents were, and still are, hoping for an easing of the political atmosphere, a less stifling environment on university campuses, a more predictable and stable style of governance and, most importantly, a reversal of the economic decline that has impoverished Iranians in the past 3-4 years…

Progress in those talks would entail the lifting of U.S. and European Union sanctions on Iran, which have exacerbated the problems of an already badly managed economy.

Yet the ability of Iranian presidents to affect the trajectory of foreign policy has often surpassed their ability to do the same in domestic matters. There are obvious structural reasons for this: The centers of power in Tehran are more concerned with domestic issues, according to which their political survival and fortunes are decided. This means Iranian powerbrokers’ willingness to act and take a stand in favor of or in opposition to government plans is much greater on domestic issues.

Then there are the institutional boundaries: The Ministry of Intelligence and the judiciary are not really under the authority of the elected president. The minister of intelligence is always appointed in direct consultation with the supreme leader, and the head of the judiciary, as well as the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, are appointed directly by the supreme leader himself. So the president may negotiate and cajole, and at times leverage his public mandate as the country’s highest elected official, but the institutions that can be used to discipline the citizenry and constrain public debate—or refrain from doing so—are not readily at his disposal.”

So it appears that the Iranian government has been structured in such a way that makes it resistant to infiltration and subversion, and that mitigates damage from the herding of public opinion by foreign wolf packs. The drafters of the Iranian Constitution were wise to do so.

Fifth, if at first you don’t succeed, keep dangling the carrot
(and start whipping your oarsmen)…

The slow and limited progress being made by Rouhani has resulted in frustration and open criticism by globalist organizations such as the IMF and UN. Consider the words and tone of this New York Times article titled I.M.F. Study Details Perils of Iranian Economy

>>>The International Monetary Fund issued a sobering appraisal of Iran’s economy on Wednesday, warning that years of government mismanagement aggravated by the impact of the West’s antinuclear sanctions had left the country vulnerable to anemic growth and rampant inflation that require urgent attention.

The I.M.F. appraisal was the organization’s first on-the-ground assessment of the Iranian economy in nearly three years. It was issued as Iran is seeking to undo the Western sanctions through negotiations on its disputed nuclear program…

Mr. Cerisola [Martin Cerisola, the I.M.F. assistant director for its Middle East and Central Asia department] said difficulties with the Iranian government’s attempts to reduce subsidies for fuel and food, inadequately funded social programs and “a marked deterioration in the external environment stemming from the intensification of trade and financial sanctions, have weakened the economy.”…

Mr. Cerisola, who led a delegation to Tehran from Jan. 25 to Feb. 8, said that the authorities in the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, which took over last summer, “are well aware of these challenges and the need to advance reforms, and have begun the preparatory work in many of these areas.”<<<

In this passage, we see the IMF expressing the “urgent” need for progress and specifically addressing the government failure to reduce subsidies for food and fuel to the people (a standard “reform” demand of the globalists which is also being pushed on Ukraine). It is quite humorous that they again blame “government mismanagement aggravated by the impact of the West’s antinuclear sanctions” for Iran’s struggles. Any rational person would reverse the order of that statement and conclude that it’s the impact of the sanctions aggravated by any government mismanagement that is the true source of their economic woes.

Also worth noting is the last paragraph, where the IMF representative says that authorities in Rouhani’s administration “are well aware of these challenges and the need to advance reforms, and have begun the preparatory work in many of these areas.” In stating this, he is essentially confirming the Rouhani administration’s collaboration with the globalists.

Nonetheless, the IMF assessment did predict mild growth (1-2%) for the Iranian economy, and the globalist propaganda line about the reasons for this growth (as well as recommendations to increase it) is offered in this Azernews article

>>>[Professor of economics at U.S. Northeastern University, Kamran] Dadkhah cited three reasons for the positive outlook depicted by the IMF.

“First, the United States and other countries have eased sanctions, and Iran has been allowed to access some of its blocked oil revenues. It is hoped that the nuclear negotiations would succeed and more sanctions are lifted. That would give a boost to the Iranian economy. Second, because of the new government’s expressed intention of coming to terms with the world, and improving the economic conditions, a positive attitude and hope of better future have been created among Iranians. Such expectations can help economic activity. Finally, the economic team of the new president seems to have the right ideas about the economy and have distanced themselves from populist ideas of the previous administration. Thus, it is not unreasonable to expect that the economy, after two years of decline, show improvement by 2015,” Dadkhah noted…

Meanwhile, Dadkhah said if the negotiations are successful and more sanctions are lifted, an increase can be expected in both Iran’s oil and non-oil exports.

“Of course, in addition to lifting of the sanctions, Iran has to do its best to attract foreign capital and technology. More important, the Iranian economy is in need of fundamental reforms. In particular, the economic activities of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) should be curtailed. Regarding international trade, Iran has to adopt a free floating exchange rate and make efforts to join the World Trade Organization,” Dadkhah said.<<<

In these passages, the professor speaks like a well-programmed globalist robot. Basically, he is saying that “coming to terms with the world” (surrendering to the globalists) will improve the Iranian economy, and that the Rouhani administration has the “right ideas” in pursuing IMF-style structural changes. When it comes to the subject of international trade, note how he points to the need for a “free floating exchange rate” (read my other IMF entries to see the significance of this) and for joining the globalists’ WTO. To sum it all up, he is saying that globalist assimilation is the key to Iranian economic improvement. He should tell that to the people of Greece and Ukraine.

If you meet the Buddha (or a “technocrat”) on the road, kill him

In exploring other press articles about how the Iranians can improve their lot by giving in, I came across a globalist codeword, “technocrat.” If you look into the IMF and the nations where they have been pushing through their social, political, and economic “reforms,” you’ll encounter that word over and over again. For those who are unfamiliar with the term, here is its real world definition…

technocrat – a professional agent of the Globalist NWO system tasked with implementing structural reforms in non-conforming nations.

In my Iran research, I encountered the “t” word first in this Iranian.com article

“And finally, the outcome of the normalization of relations with the US can potentially reshape Iranian society and result in the rise of technocrats through trade and commercial exchanges as well as Iranian citizens visiting America and vice versa. Technocrats, who by nature have a tendency toward western values rather than Islamic norms, may ultimately challenge the authority of the Iranian theocratic system and demand a share of power.”

The “t” word can also be found in connection to the Rouhani Administration in this Al-Monitor article

“Najafi [Mohammad-Ali Najafi, who was in charge of the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization of Iran] is a famous Reformist technocrat who was originally nominated as the minister of education by President Hassan Rouhani, but failed to receive a vote of confidence from the conservative-dominated parliament.”

It was no surprise to find a “technocrat” embedded in the Rouhani administration, and it is yet another clue that speaks to his true loyalties. Wherever technocrats show up in power, human misery soon follows.

The Iranian situation as it stands today….
Through the application of misery-inducing economic sanctions, covert political maneuvers, and propaganda efforts to sway Iranian public opinion, the globalists have managed to get an agent elected to one of the top posts in the Iranian government…

…Is he a card-carrying member of the Iranian equivalent of the Freemasons or Skull and Bones, or is he just another politician who has been compromised by money or sex? I cannot say, but he holds secret meetings with White House point men and his agenda comes straight out of the globalist playbook, so there can be little doubt which team he’s on.

Despite his assumption of power, the agent is making only limited progress in implementing the NWO “reforms” due to the resilient structure of the Iranian government, and this poses a danger for both him and Iran. In a recent article, I noted that the Russians have set a deadline of early 2015 for free-floating the ruble. Does this deadline extend to all the other nations as well? If it does, the hawks among the globalists might push aside their soft-power brothers and take more aggressive action to compel Iran’s compliance.

Given all this, it is important for the Iranian people to look to what happened in nations such as Cyprus, Greece, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Ukraine, etc. and learn from those examples. No matter how bleak things might look at the moment, it will only get dramatically worse if the globalist horde gets through the gates. Do not fall for their siren song, because the sweet-sounding words they speak are lies, and the hopeful pictures they paint are illusions.

On that note, I’d like to point out the sweet-sounding ideas the globalists use to talk themselves through a nation’s door. They will come to you speaking of international friendship, economic prosperity, human rights, and the equality of women, and these are laudable ideals. But the globalist wolf uses these ideals as sheep’s clothing to get among your herd to start feeding upon you. And even the seemingly positive changes they bring about (such as ending the death penalty and giving women equality) carry within them hidden agendas that serve to tax and break down your society and sever the bonds of love that keep people fighting for each other’s wellbeing. Their only real agenda is to divide, control and bleed you dry, nothing more.

A globalist is a true-life vampire, and the smile he wears is a mask to cover his fangs…

…and courting his friendship carries the steepest of prices…

…Don’t fall for his bullsh*t.

In light of this and what we’ve witnessed in Operation Arab Spring and Operation Ukrainian New Dawn, consider this one final passage from a Reuters article titled Rouhani has not increased freedoms in Iran, U.N. chief says

>>>In a report to the U.N. Human Rights Council, Ban highlighted the prevalent use of capital punishment in Iran and called for the release of activists, lawyers and journalists as well as political prisoners that he said were in custody for exercising their rights to free speech and assembly.

“The new administration has not made any significant improvement in the promotion and protection of freedom of expression and opinion, despite pledges made by the president during his campaign and after his swearing in,” Ban said.

Both offline and online (news) outlets continue to face restrictions including closure,” he said.

Iranians expressing dissenting views or beliefs still face arrest and prosecution, he added.<<<

Repression exists in all countries to one degree or another, including the US (which also has the death penalty). It is worth noting, though, that when globalist opponents are arrested in the US, the mainstream news calls them “domestic terrorists,” and when globalist agents — those who serve the globalists either knowingly or unknowingly (by believing their deceptions and promoting their agendas) — are arrested by a resistant nation, they are called “political prisoners.” If you were Iran and had globalist agents running around trying to upend and enslave your nation, wouldn’t you round them up and put a stop to their activities?

As for the online and offline media restrictions, it is well known that the globalist intelligence services use social media to incite anger and lure people into the streets for color revolutions, and it is also well known that they subvert offline media like newspapers to spread their propaganda. In a soft-power siege like the globalists are laying on Iran, social media sites and newspapers are the command and control centers and missile launchers of the information war. It is only natural that the Iranian government would confront those threats.

It is important to remember (especially if you are an Iranian) that Iran is under massive assault by the “elite,” and the “conservative” elements of the Iranian government are doing what they must to protect their nation. As it turns out, the Revolutionary Guards might be holding the line for all of humanity right now. When I was a child, I remember laughing when I heard Ayatollah Khomeini call America “the Great Satan,” because the American people aren’t really like that. As it turns out, though, he was right all along. It’s not the American people who are laying sanctions on Iran; it’s the American federal government. And they are indeed a gang of actual devils.

In closing, I’d like say that we do need a united world, but God forbid it should ever happen under the current crop of parasitic globalist meddlers, thieves, deceivers, and murderers. With the surveillance and killing technology available today, a global government under their hierarchy would be very difficult to overturn, so it is better if we trip up their plans before they’re completed. But I’ll write more on this particular subject in another entry.

[Update 1 – 13 March 2014]

The IMF Invasion of Iraq

The US invasion of Iraq took place from 19 March 2003 to 1 May 2003. And in the midst of this assault, who was licking their chops and preparing to follow the soldiers in? The IMF, that’s who. Have a look at these screenshots from page 2 of the 21 April 2003 IMF Survey

…it continues…

Saddam Hussein had kept the IMF vultures out of his country since the early 80’s, but they found a way back in, didn’t they? And if you read between the lines of the document’s diplomatic parlance, they tell you exactly what they’re planning to do: go in after the invasion and take over the Iraqi economy. They are essentially admitting their role in the globalist system, which is to step in following a globalist-instigated conflict to mop up and consolidate control.

I’ve heard many narratives of why the US invaded Iraq, but globalist assimilation would seem to be the overriding reason.

[Update 2 – 13 March 2014]

Russia plays the victim

When I saw this article, I had to smile: Russia Bans Several Websites Critical of Gov’t

“Russia on Thursday banned several websites notable for their criticism of the government and a blog run by prominent opposition leader Alexei Navalny as the Kremlin intensified its crackdown on independent media amid tensions over Ukraine.

The government communications watchdog, Roskomnadzor, said Grani.ru, Kasparov.ru and Yezhednevny Zhurnal (Daily Journal) have carried incitements to unlawful behavior and participation in unauthorized mass gatherings.”

The day after I release my article supporting Iran’s defensive measures against a color revolution, I find Russia putting on a show about taking the same measures. From my perspective, this is propaganda to support the East versus West dialectic and the stage-managed “crisis” over Ukraine. When you weigh Russia’s open and enthusiastic cooperation with the G20/IMF in one hand, and this press release about shutting down a few websites in the other, the two don’t even compare. This is “cover your ass” damage control, IMHO.

Meanwhile, news reports of Congressional waffling over IMF quota reforms, the massing of Russian troops, the formulation of Western sanctions, and John Kerry’s Monday deadline are being fed to the public — and all this with less than a month left till the IMF meeting in Washington. It’s easy to see how these developments could morph into the dollar takedown narrative. I’m planning an Event Watch update tomorrow to cover this scenario.

Love always….

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